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First Wave Of Details For Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron

Last week Activision did gamers good for a change by announcing Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron, a direct follow-up to the surprisingly excellent Transformers: War For Cybertron. Once again helmed by High Moon Studios, Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron features the valiant Optimus Prime going head-to-head with Megatron as the Autobots and Decepticons battle for control of Cybertron and in the process unwillingly destroy the planet they call home.

Activision Announces They're Doing A Men In Black Video Game

I don’t know who asked for either of these things, but Activision has announced that they’re prepping a video game based on Men in Black to coincide with the release of Men in Black 3, which of course is in 3D.  The third entry in the Men in Black series comes almost entirely unwanted by film goers who were less than thrilled with the second entry which simply told the same jokes and lacked any semblance of real character.

New Modern Warfare 3 Trailer Has Lots of Drama, Slow-Motion And Stuff Blowing Up

It seems like an eternity since we last received some single-player footage for Modern Warfare 3, but in advance of the November release of the game Activision has gone and released one of those blood pumping trailers – complete with the now infamous bass effect that was prominently featured in the trailers for Inception and Battlefield 3.

It's Time To Roll Out Once More, Activision Announces Transformers: Fall of Cybertron

When not presented to us as a Michael Bay action movie or a horribly misguided cartoon with a girl that’s secretly a robot, the Transformers can be pretty kick ass.  Having been a part of cartoon, toy and comic book culture for over twenty-five years, the Transformers have already had a good presence but it wasn’t until 2010 that we received what many consider to be the first truly great Transformers video game.

Activision Preps A Special GoldenEye: Reloaded Bundle For The PS3

Once again we’re getting a James Bond video game but there isn’t a whole lot of fanfare for it since it’s a mere HD port of an existing game. In a way gamers should still be excited that the recent Goldeneye remake is coming to the PS3 and Xbox 360 but personally I would’ve preferred an original James Bond such as the one Raven Software was formerly working on. But c’est la vie and having played a bit of GoldenEye 007: Reloaded I’m slightly warming up to the concept of spending some time with a James Bond FPS once more.

X-Men Destiny's Latest Trailer Gives You The POWER!

I’ve been following along with X-Men Destiny so far whilst wearing my skeptical glasses. The concept of playing the next generation at Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters is kinda cool and all, but I wasn’t completely sold on the idea of not getting to play as Nightcrawler or Gambit. I think I kept looking down my nose at it even throughout this newest trailer all the way until the busted out the Shadow Control portion of the powers ‘vignette’.

Katee Sackhoff Talks BlackCat for Spider-Man Edge of Time

I think the relationship of Felicia Hardy (BlackCat) and Peter Parker/Spider-man has always been an interesting one. Don’t get me wrong, my personal preference is still for MJ. I’ve been a die-hard MJ/Parker fanboy since Mary-Jane dropped the iconic “You just hit the jackpot Tiger” line on ol’ PP in their first introduction. There’s definitely an argument to be made though for the compatibility of young Parker and Ms. Hardy considering they’re a little more on par, what with the late nights and the roof-top jumping. 

GoldenEye 007: Reloaded Adds NOT Spec Ops

Truth be told, I’m a little torn up about GoldenEye: Reloaded. There’s a part of me, a big part, that wants to get excited again about the return of GoldenEye. I have as many fond memories of the Single Player Story (that I must have played through at least a couple of dozen times), and as many “Oh man! And this one time…” stories as anyone else out there… But it’s starting to feel like maybe we didn’t need a remake. The Wii port was an interesting take, and Perfect Dark on Xbox Live Arcade was a whole lot of fun for a while.

Hollywood Legend Sir Ridley Scott Is Contributing Content For Call of Duty Elite

There are some directors in Hollywood that have carte blanche to do whatever the hell they want and the legendary Sir Ridley Scott is one of those people. After giving us seminal sci-fi films such as Alien and Blade Runner along with films such as Legend, Gladiator and Black Hawk Down Sir Ridley can do whatever the hell he wants whenever he wants to.  Right now Sir Ridley is hard at work on the Alien prequel Prometheus but he’s also doing something completely unexpected: he’s contributing content for Call of Duty Elite.

True Crime: Hong Kong Lives On Thanks To An Unexpected Savior

These days if a game gets cancelled it’s completely dead and the only way its legacy lives on is if a developer or publisher opts to utilize some of the tech or mechanics for a completely different game.  Sony may have cancelled the PS3 title Eight Days but the tech that SCE developed lived on in other games while Sony opted to not resurrect the title later down the road.  In news that normally wouldn’t be expected to drop on a boring Monday afternoon in the Summer, Square Enix has revealed that they have picked up the rights to the cancelled True Crime: Hong Kong.

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